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Chromium Dioxide Audio Cassette Tape

Advanced audio cassette systems have extended high-frequency response and high signal-to-noise ratio at 1 7/8 in/s tape speed. A significant part of the improvement is provided by Crolyn- chromium dioxide (CrO2) audio tape. The properties of CrO2 coatings are described and compared with iron oxide.

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JAES Volume 20 Issue 1 pp. 2-6; February 1972
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